If you are not familiar with Slow Food, it aims to preserve local cuisine, and farming, communal meals, and traditional food preparation methods. (It all started with the first McDonald’s in Rome almost 40 years ago)
Since then the Slow Movement started, with all its focus on connection, deeper relationship instead of shallow contact. The same mindset we apply to Slow Travel, connection to local people and culture.
The best way to achieve it is to stay longer on the places you travel, there is no standard to follow, it can be one week or 5 months, as long as you try to connect with the local activities more than having a selfie to remember.
Here we share our resources to help you achieve the Slow Travel mindset and skills. We will post strategies for traveling, ways of having an income while traveling, red tape information, and many more. While going through our information, if you have questions to ask about the subject or something we haven’t touched yet, drop us a line and we’ll be happy to help.